Taplist

Draft Suggestions

Draft by the Glass or Growler FIll

Brew ABV IBU Description Price
1) Blackberry Pear (Cider)
Schillings - Auburn, WA
6.7%
64oz:$14
32oz:$8
Glass:$5
3) Sacrilege Sour Cherry (Cider)
Reverend Nat - Portland, OR
6.5%
The generally agreed-upon cidermaking process says to add white wine yeast to apple juice, wait a couple months, then enjoy. I broke the rules with this cider. Starting with a tart blend of heritage dessert apples, I press out their juice, then add a couple hundred pounds of tart pie cherries. I’m not finished there, so I add lactobacillus, a notorious sour yeast culture usually avoided at all costs in beer and cidermaking. Some brewers use a little lacto and a lot of ale yeast, but I go whole hog and let the lacto take over. When the dust settles, I add more flavor with some tart cherry juice to make it a bit off-dry. This cider is truly sacrilegious. 64oz:$15
32oz:$9
Glass:$6
4) Pear Cider (Cider)
Anthem Cider - Salem, OR
6.2%
Anthem Cider finished with a blend of Barlett, Bosc and D’Anjou pears from Hood River, Oregon for the first 7 batches. Ripe pear aromas with a smooth unripe green pear skin finish. 64oz:$15
32oz:$9
Glass:$6
5) Cranberry Cider (Cider)
Portland Cider - Oregon City, OR
6.0%
64oz:$17
32oz:$9
Glass:$6
6) 4th Anniversary BA Saison (Saison)
Base Camp Brewing - Portland, OR
10.5%
8
An imperial saison combining pilsner and wheat malts. Fermented with Belgian saison yeast, and then transferred to red wine barrels for seven months. This results in additional fermentation on multiple brett and lacto strains. Finished with Goschie Farms-grown Pinot noir grapes 64oz:$20
32oz:$11
Glass:$7
7) Buoy IPA (IPA)
Buoy Brewing - Astoria, OR
7.5%
60
A well balanced NW IPA, lovingly dry hopped with Meridan and Crystal hops. It’s a flavorfully strong, well-hopped beauty. 64oz:$14
32oz:$8
Glass:$6
8) Lifted Lager (Light Lager)
Natian Brewing - Portland, OR
6.0%
20
Filtered with Oregon Oak Chips and honey. Low Hop profile 64oz:$13
32oz:$7
Glass:$5
9) The Accountant (Pale Ale (APA))
Pelican Brewery - Pacific City, OR
5.3%
55
A Lone Pelican special draft-only release. A Cascadian Pale Ale. 64oz:$16
32oz:$9
Glass:$6
10) Translator IPA (IPA)
Ruse Brewing - Portland, OR
6.6%
60
A bitter, moderately strong American pale ale that uses its clean, supporting malt to showcase its hop character. 64oz:$15
32oz:$9
Glass:$6
11) Mosaic IPA (IPA)
Cascade Lakes Brewing - Redmond, OR
6.5%
66
This Indian Pale Ale is the big American IPA we all crave in the upper NW. With an incredible tropical fruit nose an amazing soft bitterness on the finish, this Mosaic IPA is an extremely well-balanced ale 64oz:$14
32oz:$8
Glass:$5
12) Read Between the Lines Pale (Pale Ale (APA))
Fat Heads Brewing - Portland, OR
6.0%
45
Fruity American pale hopped with Mandarina and Equanot. 64oz:$15
32oz:$9
Glass:$6
13) Jean Claud Van Blanc (Belgian / French Ale)
Buoy Brewing - Astoria, OR
8.9%
11
Inspired in equal parts by Belgian Golden Strong ales and Belgian Strong Men this beer is a force to be reckoned with. We keep the color and the body light by utilizing Puffed Jasmine Rice, a touch of White Wheat followed up with pear juice and local honey during fermentation to aide in dryness and drinkability. Bright, effervescent, drinkable and dangerously strong 64oz:$17
32oz:$9
Glass:$6
14) Amarillo Single Hop IPA (IPA)
Buoy Brewing - Astoria, OR
6.7%
60
his single-hop series uses the same traditional IPA malt base for each edition, with the only change from batch to batch being the type of hops that are used. This non-complex malt base allows for the varying hop profiles to be showcased in each release. Amarillo offers citrus and grapefruit flavors with fruity spectrum of aroma descriptors: grapefruit, orange, lemon, melon, apricot and peach. 64oz:$15
32oz:$8
Glass:$6
15) Truck Trail Pale Ale (Pale Ale (APA))
Alpine Brewing - Alpine, CA
5.5%
30
64oz:$13
32oz:$8
Glass:$5
16) Mango Kolsh (Kölsch)
Clown Shoe Brewing - , MA
6.0%
25
Kölsch with mango flavoring 64oz:$15
32oz:$8
Glass:$6
18) Nut Brown Ale (Brown Ale)
Vanguard Brewing - Wilsonville, OR
4.5%
23
English style nut brown ale, beautiful chestnut colored, light body and malty sweetness. Notes of caramel, chocolate and subtle hazelnut in this easy to drink beer that pairs great with food. HOPS: Centennial, Tettnanger 64oz:$14
32oz:$8
Glass:$5
19) Oatmeal Stout (Stout)
Buoy Brewing - Astoria, OR
5.3%
35
Dark in color but approachable in taste, Buoy Oatmeal Stout will ease your fear of the dark. Chocolate, crystal, and roasted malts are the backbone of this malty brew and an addition of oats impart a silky smoothness to clear the palate 64oz:$13
32oz:$8
Glass:$5
20) ★ Sour Flower Power Hour (Sour Ale)
Culmination Brewing - Portland, OR
5.5%
10
64oz:$18
32oz:$10
Glass:$6
21) S.U.P Summer Ale (IPA)
SunRiver Brewing - Sun River, OR
5.0%
20
SUP (aka Stand Up Paddleboard) Summer Ale is pale colored, bright and light bodied. The focus here is on drinkability – this light ale finishes clean and dry, with a hint of tartness. SUP’s crisp, citrus driven flavors come from late kettle additions of Equinox™ hops, lemon peel and lemongrass. Hops: Perle and Equinox Malts: Premium NW 2 Row, Malted Wheat, Weyermann Munich and Acidulated Malt 64oz:$14
32oz:$8
Glass:$5
23) Breakside Passionfruit Sour (Sour Ale)
Breakside Brewing - Portland, OR
4.6%
4
100% sour fermented wheat ale, inspired by German Berliner weisse and conditioned on passionfruit 64oz:$17
32oz:$10
Glass:$6
24) Headshake (Double / Imperial IPA)
Barley Brown's Brewery - Baker City, OR
9.0%
Equinox, Chinook, and Citra hops. Great aroma, light to medium body, deceivingly drinkable for 9% ABV 64oz:$17
32oz:$10
Glass:$6
26) Whoopty Whoop Wheat (Pale Wheat Ale)
Wild Ride Brewing - Redmond, OR
5.5%
20
Whoopty Whoop Wheat is an American Hefeweizen created and brewed to help you get through the ups and downs of any wild ride. The late addition of lemon peel during fermentation gives the traditional wheat beer a pleasant citrus aroma with a slight tart finish. Enjoy this refreshing beer! 64oz:$13
32oz:$8
Glass:$5
28) Foraged for Thought (Fruit Beer)
Buoy Brewing - Astoria, OR
5.2%
North Coast Gruit - Brewed in absence of hops, and inspired by the terroir of our region. Brewed with freshly foraged Spruce Tips, Douglas Fir Tips, and Woodsorrel (or sour grass) along with local Knappa honey Conditioned atop Cranberries from Starvation Alley Cranberry farms along with Rose hips, fresh citrus zest and un-cracked Coriander. 64oz:$17
32oz:$9
Glass:$6
29) PIMP- Plants Imp Matrimonial Pils (Czech Pilsener)
Buoy Brewing - Astoria, OR
8.0%
45
64oz:$17
32oz:$9
Glass:$6
30) Rainbows and Unicorns (IPA)
Breakside Brewing - Portland, OR
4.7%
25
This session IPA is brewed from flaked rice to create as light bodied a beer as possible with juicy, tropical dank and fruity hop flavors, alongsidenotes of pineapple, onedew, lime and mango. Breakside employed four new hop varietals - Equinox, Calypso, Huell Melon andEldorado - to achieve these flavors. 64oz:$17
32oz:$10
Glass:$6
31) Shake Chocolate Porter (Porter)
Boulder Beer - Boulder, CO
5.9%
39
Shake Chocolate Porter is dark black in color with rich, sweet aromatics and flavors of dark chocolate, coffee and caramel. This unique brew blends five different grains, including Chocolate Wheat, that along with cacao nibs create a devilishly delicious chocolate finish with a velvety mouthfeel. 64oz:$13
32oz:$8
Glass:$5
32) ★ Nitro Red Velvet (Oatmeal Stout)
Ballast Point - San Diego, CA
5.5%
35
Our Red Velvet oatmeal stout is a mind-bending beer. Like the cake that inspired it, the deep red color comes from beets, which add a rich, earthy character that complements the chocolate flavor and aroma. The foamy head of the nitro pour is our “icing”, adding a creamy smoothness to the mouthfeel. But this liquid dessert still finishes like a beer – not sweet, but just as satisfying. 64oz:$17
32oz:$10
Glass:$6
33) Pear Kombucha (Kombucha)
Soma Kombucha - Portland, OR
0.0%
0
64oz:$17
32oz:$9
Glass:$6
34) Blueberry Mint (Kombucha)
Humm - Bend, OR
0.0%
0
64oz:$18
32oz:$10
Glass:$6

Wine by the Glass or Bottle

Wine served by the glass, bottle or bottle to-go.

Brew Description Price
35) Riesling (Riesling)
14 Hands - Prosser, WA
This crisp Riesling shows bright flavors of apple, pear and apricot with an ideal balance of minerality and acidity, ending with an intriguing sweet, tart finish. This wine would be great as an aperitif, or would pair nicely with spicy chicken and seafood dishes. Bottle:$12
Glass:$5
36) Chardonnay (Chardonnay)
Del Rio - Gold Hill, OR
The barrel-influenced wine gives this cuvée its hints of vanilla and nutmeg; the tank-aged juice contributes pure apple, peach and pear notes. The result is a juicy, lithe Chardonnay with pinpoint balance. Bottle:$14
Glass:$5
37) Willamette Valley Pinot Gris (Pinot Grigio / Pinot Gris)
Willamette Valley - Turner, OR
Straw in color, our Pinot Gris has lush aromatics of citrus and tropical fruit. A rich mouthfeel reveals vibrant flavors of tangerine, grapefruit, kiwi and white flowers and concludes with a satisfying fresh, clean finish. Bottle:$20
Glass:$7
38) Acrobat Rose (Rosé)
Acrobat Winery - Eugene, OR
Acrobat Rosé is a fruit forward wine with lots of red fruit flavors balanced by a lively acidity and clean finish. Bottle:$16
Glass:$6
39) Evolution Red (Red Blend)
Evolution Winery - Dayton, OR
This big time blend reveals flavors of black cherry and currants, with a hint of savoriness, and has a finish that's long and juicy. Well worth the wait. Bottle:$20
Glass:$7
40) Hot to Trot (Merlot)
14 Hands - Prosser, WA
This polished red wine offers aromas of cherry, red currant and tea. Flavors of cherries, ripe berries and plums, supported by a frame of refined tannins, give way to subtle notes of baking spice on a persistent finish. Bottle:$13
Glass:$5
41) Three Rivers Red (Red Blend)
Three Rivers Winery - Walla Walla, WA
A medium-bodied wine with structure and complexity, filled with aromas and flavors of strawberry, cherry, raspberry, and finishes with a touch of cedar. Bottle:$17
Glass:$6
42) Rock Point Red (Red Blend)
Rock Point Winery - Gold HIll, OR
River Rock Red is a blend of this unique advantage. After a separate winemaking process the different wines are blended and aged together for several months. At tasting a light oak ageing can be perceived but the wines are mostly aged in stainless steel tanks before being fined and bottled Bottle:$17
Glass:$6
43) Swallow Noir (Pinot Noir)
Swallow Cellar Winery - , OR
Teasingly aromatic scents of raspberries, strawberries and cedar incense telegraph that the wine is delicat in nature. A feminine wine, fermented in well seasoned wood that allows the floral and spice attributes to shine through. Bottle:$11
Glass:$5
44) Willamette Valley Pinot Noir (Pinot Noir)
Willamette Valley - Turner, OR
Ruby in color, concentrated aromas of wet slate, graphite, boysenberry emerge and lead to a silky palate featuring blackberry, dried herbs and cherry cobbler flavors. The firm tannins and lively acidity frame the ample palate and the sip is complete by an extended finish of minerality. Bottle:$26
Glass:$8
45) Drum Heller Merlot (Merlot)
Drum Heller Winery - Paterson, WA
This Merlot opens with aromas of blueberry, subtle spice and rose petals with hints of cocoa. Balanced in style, this wine is structured yet lively. Bottle:$13
Glass:$5
46) Fortis Cab Sauv (Cabernet Sauvignon)
Foris Winery - Cave Junction, OR
Aromas of cedar, vanilla, sage and a hint of lavender support a solid core of blackberry, black cherry and plum flavors. Soft tannins frame a savory, cassis-like flavor profile and transition to a sleek, long finish supported by a lively backbone of acidity. Bottle:$21
Glass:$7